Southeast Asia

Indonesia’s Potential Role in Reducing Tensions Between Russia and the West

During his address at the Shangri La Summit held at Singapore, last month, Indonesian Defence Minister Lieutenant General Prabowo Subianto clearly underscored the fact...

The Indonesia Haze and ASEAN’s Regional Framework: The Way Ahead

Members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) find themselves in the throes of an environmental emergency caused by the Indonesian Haze and...

Cambodia’s Hun Sen Shows His Weakness With Post-election Repression

Many observers have been surprised by the new wave of political repression which has taken place in Cambodia since the communal elections of June 5.   Prime Minister...

The Singapore Housing Project: The Key to a Nation’s Success

Singapore, known as an economic powerhouse and one of the pioneering technological nations is also known for having 1 million public apartments which currently...

Russia’s War on Ukraine Highlights Global Need to Defend Democracy

Russia's war on Ukraine may prove to be the turning point when the free countries of the world realized that democratic freedoms have to...

US-ASEAN Ties and the China Factor

US President Joe Biden hosted a two day US-ASEAN Summit on May 12-13, 2022. This is the first time, that leaders of the 10...

How The Geopolitics Incurred in the Philippines’ Energy Security

The Philippines' energy landscape is susceptible to supply disruption. In 2020, 47% of the Philippines' total primary energy supply came from imported oil and...

Myanmar Deserves Our Support Too

In the past week, the world has rightly united behind Ukraine as it faces a horrifying invasion from Russia. In just the first few...

Intensifying Pressure on Myanmar’s Military Can Restore Democracy

Just over a year ago, General Min Aung Hlaing, the head of the armed forces, ousted the NLD government led by Aung San Suu...

Will the Tatmadaw Be Able to Maintain the Status Quo?

A year has passed since the Myanmar military, Tatmadaw, seized power by orchestrating the infamous coup d'état in February 2021. The resistance against the...

A Year After the Coup, Myanmar Mired in Conflict and Catastrophe

Feb. 1, 2022 — marks a year since the military of Myanmar, popularly known as Tatmadaw, orchestrated a coup to seize power after rejecting...

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Is the Global Dominance of G7 Under Challenge?

The world is currently witnessing a prolonged conflict in...

Is Pelosi’s Trip Strategically Justified?

The Cross-Strait tensions have been decades in the making,...

Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Opportunities and Challenges

While commenting on the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), during...

Unveiling the Dark Side of Microfinance

For many, microfinance is a celebrated concept to tackle...

India and Its Recent Strategic Posture

In this world of all against all, India’s goal...